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Extra-crunchy dilis on rice

Extra-crunchy dilis on rice

I can only hope the same for my relatives and for countless of Filipino kids who have been left behind, for whatever reason, to recall how it was for their elders to cook mongo for them every Friday. Today’s generation is after all the next one that will tend to the future’s Filipino youth. They can continue the tradition. Kung ‘di man nila matutunan ang pagluto ng mongo at dilis (at ng iba pang Filipino dish), sana’y tangkilikin pa rin nila ang pagkain nito kahit man lang sa mga restaurants that serve it para ‘di sila makalimot.

Karl Acepcion is also your Fine Life Folk and The Philippine Guild Guide. For more of his blogs, visit Fine Life On A Budget and The Philippine Guild.

  • gamila tarek

    Dilis and Mongo………everytime i took vacation i brought that with me like 2 kilos each…….i place that to company baggage cause its prohibited to hand carry that……….this last up to1 year up to the time i”ll come to have vacation again……… order it will last place that in fridge. Oh! everytime i miss to eat mongo and dilis i just get small amount and do it in a way we do it back home.
    Now a days i can buy mongo either The embassy of Indonesian or the one who is making bussiness products from Saudi Arabia. 😉

  • Robert

    Ha! My favorite! “Wag ka?!” These are one of the things i miss in the Philippines!